Programs for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging

Installing EV charging stations at your business has a number of benefits: it incentivizes employees, complements sustainability efforts, attracts customers, and  signals corporate leadership. Help the City meet its greenhouse gas reduction goals and set yourself apart by providing EV charging at your business!

For information on financial incentives for clean fleets and greening your fleet, visit the Greening Your Fleet page.

Electric Vehicle Charging parking curb notice outside the City library

Thinking about installing EV charging stations or purchasing clean vehicles at your business? Check out these programs:

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District launched a grant funding program called Charge! on October 25, 2018. The program offers grant funding to offset the cost of purchasing and installing new publicly available charging stations.  Awards are made on a first-come, first-served basis so apply today!

EV Charge Network Program:
Businesses that are PG&E electric customers, including Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) and direct-access customers could be eligible for the EV Charge Network Program. PG&E covers the cost of make-ready and installation, which is typically 60-80% of the total project cost. Program participants have the option to own the chargers, partially paid for by PG&E, as well as choose the charging equipment from an approved vendor list. The program requires a minimum of 10 EV parking spaces per site. If the program is full, you can sign up to be notified when it reopens. 

PACE Financing for Energy Upgrades:
The Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing program allows property owners to borrow funds to pay for energy improvements, including purchasing and installing Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE). Check out the City of Dublin's business incentives for more information. 

PG&E FleetReady Program
In May 2018, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) approved $236 million for PG&E to install make-ready infrastructure that supports medium and heavy-duty electric fleet vehicle charging. Over the next five years, PG&E will install infrastructure at 700 sites, driving the adoption of at least 6,500 additional electric fleet vehicles.

Are you a fleet operator whose company currently owns or leases electric fleet vehicles, or is planning to purchase or lease electric fleet vehicles? Visit the website to learn more.